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It’s a rubbish time to be involved in the recycling industry. The Town of Brookhaven’s recycling plant is grappling with unprecedented mounds of bottles, used...

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The Village of Port Jefferson is soon putting a lengthy legal battle with Long Island Power Authority in its rearview mirror, though the future...

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After a Republican primary characterized by a challenger’s legal battle, the status quo prevailed in New York’s 2nd state Assembly District Sept. 13. Two-term incumbent...

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Their first race is in the books, but the more important one is yet to come. Family Court Judge Theresa Whelan defeated attorney Tara Scully...

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Brookhaven Town has taken steps to change laws pertaining to terms of office for elected officials, but civically minded citizens are discussing it before...

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By Kyle Barr and Alex Petroski Political races for local judgeships don’t tend to garner much attention, but the 2018 race to preside over Suffolk...

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Plans to build a community dock continue to cause waves in the Village of Poquott. Approximately two dozen Poquott residents rallied Aug. 25 on Route...

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The accident-prone intersection of Route 25A and County Road 21 in Rocky Point could be getting a new traffic light that local officials hope...

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Suffolk County now has a new drug program that judges and prosecutors hope will offer nonviolent offenders a means to get clean before they...

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Some things in life are priceless, but Port Jefferson Village has settled on what’s an appropriate cost for not providing green space when new...

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